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July 17, 2018

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December 14, 2017
I am so sad to hear of Neal's passing. He was a great friend from the UW-W days. My condolences to his family.
November 27, 2017
You may not know me, but Neal hired me and we worked together at HP. He was a wonderful person, a true gentleman and a pleasure to be with. He will be truly missed. -John Littlejohn
November 20, 2017
It is always with profound sadness when I learn of the passing of a childhood friend. We were school classmates since Grant Elementary. Moments like this require reflection and the return to old memories...

A humble message for the children. You will always have the option to reach out to his childhood friends who I am sure can share stories of our youth.

My deepest condolences to Neal's wife, children and extended family.

Kurt
November 20, 2017
I just heard the news of Neil's passing. Neil was a teammate of mine both in basketball and track (state qualifier in the discuss) at North high school. As a undersized center and discuss hurler he battled with guys much bigger and more than held his own. I remember driving to Milwaukee on Saturday's during summers to play basketball on the playgrounds and then racing to see you could get back first. Neil was a great teammate and I had the utmost respect for him and his abilities, we lost a good man. My deepest sympathy's to Amy, Florence and the kids.

Pete Hopfensperger